To replace the soft top on our ’04 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, it would cost about $1,400 for a MOPAR replacement soft top. That’s for the Jeep soft top with the Sunrider (sun roof) built in.
Our next best option would be the Bestop Sunrider Replacement Soft Top for just under $800.
If you’ve got a Jeep Wrangler and you need a new soft top for your Jeep, there are actually a number of replacement soft tops to choose from.
So let’s take a look at what’s available in terms of replacement soft tops for Jeep Wranglers…
Why A Jeep Soft Top?
Jim and I have owned several different Jeeps. And we’ve purchased soft tops, hard tops, bikini tops, and everything in between for our Jeeps through the years. Our all-time favorite option for a Jeep Wrangler is the soft top — because it’s so adaptable!
If you’re used to riding around in your Jeep “topless”, then you’ll appreciate the many benefits of adding a soft top to your Jeep.
In addition to providing a slightly quieter ride, it’s nice knowing that you’ll be protected from the elements when you’re riding around in less-than-ideal weather conditions.
And the reverse is true as well… with a soft top, you’re just 1-2-3 steps away from open-air fun with the wind blowing in your hair as the top is down.
Find A Replacement Jeep Soft Top
Here are the best options when it comes to replacement Jeep soft tops, in our opinion.
- Bestop Jeep Soft Tops
- Pavement Ends Jeep Soft Tops
- Jeep Soft Tops At 4WheelParts
- Rampage Jeep Soft Tops
Need some more help? Try Quadratec’s Soft Top Advisor.
Here’s an awesome review featuring the pros & cons of Jeep Soft Tops vs Jeep Summer Tops!
Since we’ve been married, my husband and I have owned 5 Jeeps (3 Wranglers and 2 Grand Cherokees). And when we’re not driving our own Jeep, we’re usually renting one (a 4×4 Wrangler on vacation). We keep a Jeep Bucket List of places that we’d like to go next, and we're always crossing more states off our list of 'Places That We’ve Jeeped in the USA'. As our daily driver, we keep the soft top on our Jeep Wrangler year round (and the back window permanently rolled up) so the dogs can enjoy the ride. Yep… even in the winter! I've been sharing my best Jeep ideas with others by blogging full-time since 1998. When I’m not Jeeping or writing about Jeeps, you'll find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites).